Levita House

London

The Grade II listed Levita House was designed by G Topham Forrest in 1930–1, yet by 1997 had fallen into disrepair and visual disorder. Avanti addressed this through cleaning, repairs and anti-graffiti coating to gateway, including replacement of its spanning beam, together with restoration of shop fronts to their original condition. The works help to define a clear perimeter to Levita House, accentuating its identity and improving the public realm.


TAGS

Complete, Conservation & Regeneration, Grade II* Listed, Levita House, London – UK, Post 1900, Refurbishment, UK, Work,

Conservation of historic streetscape


Location London, UK

Status Complete

Photographer Nick Kane

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